Industry Needs More Time To Comply With Sunscreen Testing, Labeling Rule
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryA “shortage of sunscreen products” could occur in summer 2012 unless FDA allows manufacturers six additional months to comply with the testing and labeling requirements imposed by a recent final rule, trade groups say.
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